International Telecommunication Organization

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The International Telecommunication Union is one of the oldest organisations of the United Nations, founded in 1865. The ITU promotes the shared global use of the radio spectrum, facilitates international cooperation in assigning satellite orbits, assists in developing and coordinating worldwide technical standards, and works to improve telecommunication infrastructure in the developing world. It is also active in the areas of broadband Internet, wireless technologies, aeronautical and maritime navigation, radio astronomy, satellite-based meteorology, TV broadcasting, amateur radio, and next-generation networks. With an ever-growing technology and communication needs, the International Telecommunication Union is not only relevant but always forced to stay at the forefront of public debate on the use of such technologies - from internet infrastructure accessibility to freedom of expression online.

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